The Impact of Job Demands and Job Resources to Work Engagement and Job Stress Mediated by Job Crafting: A Study from Event Organizer’s Employees
This study aims to determine and measure the influence of job demands and job resources to work engagement and job stress mediated by job crafting. Data obtained directly through the distribution of questionnaires to 260 event organizer’s employees. Sample collection method used in this research is non-probability sampling with purposive sampling technique that is withdrawal sample based on certain considerations. Analytical tool uses Structural Equation Model (SEM). The result Job resources have positive effect on work, job demands positively affect job stress, job resources positively affect job crafting, job demands positively affect job crafting, job crafting has a positive effect on work engagement, job crafting has a positive effect on job stress. The benefits of research can be used as information for the company and as a basis for further research reference. Managerial implications that can be given so that companies can pay attention to job resources and job demands that can affect work engagement and job stress mediated by job crafting.